Marvel TV on Disney+: Latest News from Disney Investor Day
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The latest investors webcast set out what fans can expect from the company through the Disney + streaming service.

The Walt Disney Company's Investor Day call on Thursday afternoon attempted to purify the air after a very uncertain year. With their closed global theme parks, their biggest hit in the world of streaming was thanks to their Disney + service, which has 89.8 million consumers as of this month. As the cornerstone of their streaming portfolio, everyone was talking about whether they would announce major premiere dates for their various Marvel shows, some of which had to delay production due to the global health crisis.

At the top of the list was the announcement that 10 Marvel series would hit the market in the next few years. A few hours later they showed this first footage from "Falcon and the Winter Soldier".

"The legacy of this shield is complicated." Marvel Studios & # 39; The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, an original series, will start streaming on #DisneyPlus on March 19. pic.twitter.com/iJaquJEUGy

– Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) December 11, 2020

And then, a few minutes later, they revealed this first footage of "Loki" with Tom Hiddleston who really wants you to sum it up in one word, "Gorgeous".

"Wonderful."

Loki, an original series from Marvel Studios, is coming to #DisneyPlus in May 2021. @lokiofficial pic.twitter.com/gqT7AKur2y

– Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) December 11, 2020

With production and television shows changing, these announcements give audiences confidence that Disney will continue to use its Disney + streaming service for all future Marvel television shows.

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The company announced several shows over the past year that Disney + has been live, starting with "WandaVision," dropping a trailer during today's call, "She-Hulk," "Falcon and the Winter Soldier," "Loki" and " let "" moon knight. " While "Falcon and the Winter Soldier" finally stopped production after a filming delay, the new series "Hawkeye" with Jeremy Renner was filmed in New York City with Hailee Steinfeld in the role of Kate Bishop. All of these shows were originally announced during Disney's zippy Hall-H-style presentation during their D23 Expo last year.

"WandaVision," "Loki," and "Falcon and the Winter Soldier" all appeared on the streaming service's Super Bowl ad earlier this year, but details on everything else have been relegated to rumors. In the past few months it has been announced that actress Tatiana Maslany would be part of "She-Hulk" just to expose it. And actor Oscar Isaac was tied to "Moon Knight," although nothing was officially confirmed.

Back in September it was announced that Nick Fury himself, Samuel L. Jackson, would be watching his own series on Disney +, written and executive produced by Kyle Bradstreet, although additional information is still scarce.

Jackson first portrayed Nick Fury, the founder of the Avengers, who frequently helps the team's various superheroes, in the post-credits scene in "Iron Man," the first Marvel Cinematic Universe film of 2008. He has the role in 10 others The franchise films repeated: "Iron Man 2", "Thor", "Captain America: The First Avenger", "The Avengers", "Captain America: The Winter Soldier", "Avengers: Age" of Ultron "," Avengers: Infinity War, "" Captain Marvel "," Avengers Endgame "and" Spider-Man: Far From Home ".

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